This recipe is not what you think it is. I know it looks like a haphazard affair of roasted vegetables tossed on top of farro, but there is more going on here.
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Getting healthy in January is easy with this simple, scrumptious black rice salad, full of edamame, cabbage, and sesame-soy dressing, crowned with white miso-charred portobello mushrooms.
Getting healthy in January with simple, scrumptious black rice salad, full of edamame, cabbage, and sesame-soy dressing, crowned with white miso-charred Portobello mushrooms.
Quinoa, chickpeas, and shrimp are flavored with harissa and topped with crunchy cucumbers. Finished with some lemon and cilantro, it makes a quick and easy meal that comes together in less than 30 minutes, with minimal prep work to boot.
Sweet and savory glazed black cod prepared with only a few minutes of work and cooked under the broiler or in a toaster oven.
A "meat lite" turkey burger might seem like an oxymoron but isn't: a mixture of ground turkey lightened with plenty of milky ricotta cheese is folded through with soft leeks and garlic, accented with fresh dill and fries up crispy-but-juicy in a cast-iron pan.
If you've ever had bibimbap, the red sauce on the side is mainly comprised of gochujang, a fermented Korean chili paste. It's a great ingredient for marinades that need a little heat or in stir-fried dishes. Today, I'm using it in a salad dressing for a light salad of greens, vegetables, and chicken poached in sake.
A quick and healthy salad with poached chicken breast in a sweet-and-spicy dressing.
Chicken: that inoffensive, play-it-safe option. Breathe life into the dinner staple with these recipes, in which chicken plays nicely with everything from soup to frittata, and Thai chili to Indian curry. Here are 21 quick, light meals to whip up on weeknights—you know, whenever you're not up to your usual coq au vin.
Make the best of late summer produce in this array of light and refreshing pasta dishes. Jump straight to the recipes below, or click through the slideshow for some more inspiration.
This easy to make stovetop lasagna incorporates lean chicken and skim milk cheese, but it's every bit as hearty as the classic.
I'm not sure it gets much simpler than this recipe. You cook some pasta, drain, then toss it in a large bowl with the rest of the ingredients. Honestly. You won't have to sauté loads of ingredients or simmer things for hours. It all comes together during the time it takes to boil the pasta.